Advancing Inclusive Development

Chemonics invests in people, systems, and practices to facilitate the exchange of ideas and best practices in inclusive development. With a dedicated Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Technical Practice — a 200-member community of practice of development professionals and a network of more than 70 technical specialists embedded in projects around the world —…

Mobilist Factsheet 2021

Mobilising Institutional Capital Through Listed Product Structures (MOBILIST) works to help public listed markets play a more significant role in development and climate financing.

Chemonics’ Work in Malaria

We envision a world without malaria. Chemonics seeks to contribute to its control and elimination through innovative and proven approaches that prevent, detect, and treat malaria infections, and prevent malaria-related deaths in the countries where we work. We develop strategic local and international partnerships, invest in health and information systems, and establish a culture of…

Inclusive Practices: Collaborating with People Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Deaf and hard of hearing people are often sidelined by lack of access to language at an early age, information, resources, education, and employment. This marginalization results in high risk for developmental and mental health problems. Yet, like others with disabilities, with appropriate access to resources and inclusive practice, Deaf and hard of hearing people…

Latin America and the Caribbean and Disaster Assistance

Founded in 1975, Chemonics is one of the world’s leading partners in international development across various sectors, working in more than 76 countries today. Present in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) since 1979, Chemonics has managed a portfolio of more than 300 projects across various sectors. Our current LAC portfolio contains 20 projects spanning…

USAID DRC Investment Activity Fact Sheet

USAID’s DRC Investment Activity will create an investment facilitation platform that links companies established in the DRC with a range of finance providers who have an appetite for new investments, with a particular focus in eastern DRC. By cultivating a pipeline of high-potential businesses across sectors, with an emphasis on sustainable agriculture, off-grid energy, and…

Data-Driven Approaches Support Global Health Supply Chains

In an age of quickly evolving digital development, we know that data-driven approaches are critical for optimizing solutions. We support different aspects of digital health to reach global health goals, from creating business intelligence platforms for tracking health commodities across the supply chain to providing change management services and in-country training of stakeholders to build…

Wholesaler Capacity to Provide Quality Assured Maternal, Newborn and Child Commodities

In many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), national governments procure and distribute the majority of lifesaving MNCH commodities and typically, domestic wholesalers’ source, import and supply these critical products. Unlike products such as antiretrovirals and antimalarials, MNCH commodities have not received the same level of quality assurance scrutiny and several post marketing surveillance studies have…

Activity Based Costing

This document provides an overview of activity-based costing, a model which assigns indirect costs combined with direct costs to assess the true cost of receiving, storing, and transporting products in specific categories. ABC is the foundation to strong KPIs, efficient warehouse management, and understanding an operation’s true cost. Using ABC allows for a distribution center…

USAID Nigeria Strategic HIV/AIDS and TB Response Program Task Orders 1 and 3

As the lead partner on USAID’s Nigeria SHARP Task Order 1 and 3 in northern Nigeria, Chemonics delivers critical technical assistance to improve HIV and TB services in 11 states. Through these projects, our teams provide daily support to front-line health workers in more than 145 health facilities, and engage more than 935 volunteers to…

Data Collection by Phone: The South Sudan Call Center

South Sudan became an independent nation in 2011. However, decades of conflict before and after independence make this country one of the most unstable and challenging environments supported by the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project. Delivering life-saving health commodities outside of the capital of Juba to ensure people get…